Cold Rain & Snow, CC Rider, They Love Each Other, Beat It On Down The Line, Althea-> Cassidy, West L.A. Fadeaway, Hell In A Bucket-> Might As Well Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain-> Samson & Delilah, He's Gone-> Drums-> Throwing Stones-> Black Peter-> Sugar Magnolia, E: U.S. Blues
January 23, 2015 Subject:
End of 1st yr. 6-string bass era!
Yeah, you're correct about Phil starting in late '82 (my mistake) but I still dispute Weir on the Blacknife (same maker of the Modulus bass); since as I recall all of '83 he still had the Ibanez (tha's why '83 is my favorite overall band sound with Brent on that dreamy keyboard)! I'm sure I saw Weir with the Blackknife at the Greek in '84 but whether or not he had it earlier in the year I only went to at Marin around April Fool's?
This is a cock-rocker from start to finish. Garcia is so hyped during CR+S he just keeps belting out the "Run me out verse...C.C. and TLEO are also fun. This recording has nice Lesh-contributions and tinkling from the Brent-man. Garcia keeps the good times rollin as he puts the collective group on his back and rolls through a pre-coma rip fest before drums....."lord he's gone for good."
July 10, 2004 Subject:
The beginning of a Modulus history for Weir
You have your dates a little mixed up.
This is the first show that Weir played a Modulus. Phil's first show with a Modulus 6 string was 12-26-82 at the Oakland Auditorium.